Free download ð For the Love of Armin ï PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

Free download For the Love of Armin

Free download ð For the Love of Armin ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ In September of the year 9 AD the young Germanic warrior known as Armin to his friends and Arminius to his Roman enemies successfully took on and defeated three entire Roman legions This resulted in the deaths of over twenty thousand RomaThey did not want any king from anywhere telling them what to do In due course this resulted in even the members of his own family taking up arms against him in order to make sure that the tribes of Germania remained independent and free Such was the concern of the ancient Germanic tribesmen that this might not be the case that Armin was murdered by the members of his own famil. I like this type of stories which Michael Kramer described in his book For the love of Armin Stories from the ancient world where truth connects with fiction Author knows what he is writing about A reader can tell that Kramer cares for every small details in his book His knowledge of the subject is very impressive Because of this we get a really interesting story which cares for climate details and compatibility with historical fact It is a great asset to the book We get a substantive description of the war between Germanic tribes with Romans troops We meet the main character Armin the leader and warrior of the Germanic people I have not read for long time historical fiction which was this interesting well written and full of knowledge M Kramer did great work Excellent book for ancient history fans

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D associate for their common good often meeting and forming up for offensive or defensive war but they were always separate and very independent Armin knew that the best way to ensure that his country was not bothered by outside invaders again was to become a single country complete with it own army and navy In this he crossed swords with the independent temper of his own people. If you are a scholar and student of Ancient Rome if you love the stories and sagas of how the Germanic people stopped Roman expansion into Northern Europe then you will love this bookIt tells of the TRUE STORY of Prince Armin of the Cherusci tribe who fought with the Romans and learned about them No really He learned Latin Roman history and culture Roman military tactics and warfare and then he deceived the Romans into a deadly ambush in the forests of Northern Europe where he WIPED OUT THREE LEGIONS and drew the boundary forever of Rome in Northern EuropeI don't know if this true history has any clear heroes and villains but if you choose to see ArminArminiusHermann as a liberator and fighter against imperialism then you will love this story of Roman arrogance and cruelty German resistance and the boundary between Roman Europe and Germanic Europe that is still here to this day NOWOne helmet on the cover of this book is Roman and the other helmet is GermanWhich side are you rooting forRead the book and make up your mind

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For the Love of ArminIn September of the year 9 AD the young Germanic warrior known as Armin to his friends and Arminius to his Roman enemies successfully took on and defeated three entire Roman legions This resulted in the deaths of over twenty thousand Roman soldiers This in turn resulted in the Roman emperor called Tiberius recalling all Roman military units from Germania The Germanic tribes woul. For the Love of Armin by Michael Kramer is a factually based look at the young Germanic warrior known as Armin His enemies called him Arminius and he is credited with defeating a total of three Roman legions The author has contrived to write a book of fiction backed up by historical fact and that he has done in the intriguing book that not only is interesting and entertaining but imparts great historical knowledge as well After you read this book you will have learned something Battle tales are recounted in great detail even Biblical events are examined sometimes it is hard to tell what is fact or fiction they are so well blended together Sometimes the cadence of the book feels a little disjointed but that small lacking is certainly made up for with the extensive research that obviously went into the writing An excellent tome that explores Roman and European history in depth; great for students to learn from and others to sit back and enjoy